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Ovum’s new Mobile Payments Forecasts predict growth trends for key remote and mobile proximity payment applications up to 2019, on a regional and country level.


  • The total global user base for all the mobile payment segments included in the forecasts will see strong growth, rising from an estimated 689.99 million users in 2014 to 4.77 billion users in 2019. Oceania, Eastern & South-Eastern Asia will see the highest growth in users, driven in a large part by the Chinese market.
  • The total global transaction value generated by all the mobile payments segments in the forecasts will rise from $71.14bn in 2014 to $1,105bn in 2019.

Features and Benefits

  • Assesses growth in number of users, number of transactions, and total transaction value.
  • Assesses growth trends across key remote and mobile proximity payment applications.

Key questions answered

  • How big will the mobile payments market become? What will total transaction value be by 2019?
  • What growth can be expected in remote consumer-to-business m-payments?

Table of contents


  • Introduction
  • Download 1: Mobile Payments Forecasts: 2014–19

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